Home automation makes available rentals appear occupied at all times
The goal is that your The Woodlands rental property will be occupied, but that's not always the case. Nevertheless, you should strive to give an impression that someone is home so your Airbnb isn’t a potential target for thieves. Incorporating home automation into your property’s security affords you the opportunity to benefit from smart lights, motion detection devices, and surveillance systems that make your home seem inhabited.
Begin by setting some lights to switch on at specific hours of the day. Then, use your cell phone app to notify you if your video cameras notice someone prowling in the shadows or approaching the front door. You have the opportunity to employ the talk capability to make them know you can see them or set your smart lights to automatically illuminate when a camera or motion detector identifies suspicious activity.
Protect your The Woodlands Airbnb with 24-hour monitoring
Your tenants can sleep easy if they are safeguarded from intruders, specifically when The Woodlands is unfamiliar territory. In the event a thief makes an effort to invade your property, your security system will not only initiate the alarm siren but will also ping your 24/7 monitoring team. Even if you’re not available, help will be dispatched. Your monitoring agents will even act as your primary contact and patch you in when you're able.
Along with home invasions, your monitoring team can be linked to fire alarms, water sensors, and carbon monoxide detectors. It is likely to be upsetting for your renter if flooding occurs or a fire breaks out. You not only will receive a phone notification that an emergency has occurred, but an agent can also coordinate emergency services while you're in transit.